Upgrade: 5 new luxury Hong Kong apartments

With Hong Kong’s ever increasing property prices, apartment living is, for many, a fait accompli. But that doesn’t mean it has to be any less luxurious than your own block — and these five upcoming luxury Hong Kong apartments are the proof in the property pudding.

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The Morgan

Designed by celebrated New York architect Robert A. M. Stern, The Morgan is set to become the hottest new residence on the already very desirable Conduit Road. The stately 28-storey residence will include a dramatic podium façade in a limestone finish, with a vertical green wall similar to developer Phoenix Property’s other signature building, Caine Road’s Gramercy. The clubhouse is designed with luxury and mansion-style living in mind, with a range of facilities including a banquet room with kitchen, swimming pool, gym and private garden to really unwind.



Double Cove Grandview

If it’s views you’re after, they probably don’t get much better than new Ma On Shan development Double Cove Grandview. The fourth phase of this stunning seaside property has three towers of 474 units, ranging in size from a very comfortable 491 square foot two-bedder to 3,104 square foot duplexes. And yes, while it might seem dense on paper, you’d know nothing of the sort when you take in your sweeping bay views every morning.





Much like Kennedy Town and Sai Ying Pun, expect the sleepy Ho Man Tin — tucked between Hung Hom and Kowloon City —  to explode once the MTR opens (you know, whenever they feel like getting around to it). Ultima is just one brand new development set to turn this residential and former industrial hood into a buzzy community, and is easily the most impressive, offering 249 very generously sized apartments over three towers, as well as seven houses ranging in size from two to four bedroom. As well as all the facilities you’d expect, the development is also surrounded by plenty of green space.



The Pavilia Hill

You know you’re on a good thing when the smallest apartment configuration in a new Hong Kong residence measures in at a hair under 600 square metres. Offered in up to duplex form, North Point’s The Pavilia Hill includes a wealth of common facilities including two function rooms, three game rooms, two saunas, an onsen and an indoor swimming pool. There’s also over 15,000 square feet of dedicated landscaped space, so you can find a little slice of paradise all for yourself.



Cluny Park

Also on Conduit Road, new Sino Land development Cluny Park is the ultimate in luxury, space, and exclusivity. With just 27 units over a very comfortable 13 floors, the three- and four-bedroom apartments provide the perfect meeting point of mansion-style living with the convenience of an apartment.


Greek-Cypriot by way of Melbourne, Nik is a lover of sneakers, country and western music, Jeff Probst, oversized scarves and three-quarter lattes. He occasionally tweets, badly, @nik_iforos, and lives in a state of constant FOMO on Instagram @nik.iforos.